What Kind Of Restraint Is Considered Legal During An Arrest?The fatal arrest of George Floyd re-ignites the debate over what type of restraint is considered okay during an arrest.
Brooklyn Park College Student Brings Minnesota Twins Season To Life Through Video GameHis broadcasts are on Twitch.tv. and he promotes the games on Twitter, Facebook and Reddit. He's also gaining a fan base. It helps too that these virtual Twins have a 3 1/2 game lead in the division.
MDH: Graduation Ceremony That Broke State Guidelines May Have Spread COVID-19The state says someone with the virus helped set-up a stage for the event and exposed two staff members. Those two went on to help with the graduation ceremony.
Reopening Minnesota: Salons & Barbershops Get Ready For June 1Minnesota salons and barbershops are getting ready to reopen with mixed emotions and several restrictions.
Twin Cities' Nurses, Hospitals At Odds Over PPE On The JobNurses across the Twin Cities are protesting the lack of personal protective equipment on the job.
'A Very Difficult Pill To Swallow': Fort Snelling Cemetery To Forgo Memorial Day Public Ceremony Due To PandemicLike so many things, Fort Snelling National Cemetery is also impacted by COVID-19.
Starlite Drive-In Theater To Open For Business Friday NightThe Starlite Drive-In Theater’s screens stand 50 feet tall. And people have been waiting for months for the main features to come back.
'It's Going To Feel So Good': Hudson Small Business Owners Elated To ReopenSecond Street is usually the heartbeat of Hudson, but people have gotten used to seeing "Closed" signs on storefronts. News that those signs will now be flipping the other way is the talk of the town.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Uncertainty About Jury Trials Lingers Due To COVID-19Right now, some court hearings are happening virtually, but that won't be an option when jury trials resume.
Coronavirus In MN: Survey Shows 70% Of Resorts, Campgrounds Suffering Dangerous Revenue DropRestaurants and resorts across Minnesota say they're running out of time and money.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Special Education Teacher Turns Fish House Into 'Magical' Mini ClassroomTeachers are used to getting creative to make things work for their students, especially during this time of distance learning -- but a special needs teacher from Fergus Falls has really embraced her creative side -- hook, line and sinker!
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Some Businesses Prep To Return To Work Monday, Others Opting To WaitMost of those businesses being allowed to operate next week include manufacturers and offices that don't have face-to-face interaction with clients.
NYC Art Gallery Owner, Minnesota Native Dr. John Driscoll Dies Of COVID-19The death of a New York art gallery owner is being felt by a small Minnesota town.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Distance Learning Has Turned 'Teacher Of The Year' Candidates Back Into StudentsAll 10 candidates for Minnesota Teacher of the Year participated in a Zoom call with WCCO.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Victory Gardens Make A Return Amid COVID-19During times of adversity in our country, gardens have become a popular place for Americans. That's expected to continue as we battle COVID-19.